Vegan Scone Recipe & Shopping Guide

Vegan Scone

You are in for quite the treat! We will tell you how to make scones from BBC good food. We will also be sharing a list of grocery stores where you can find your vegan products for your recipe. 

If you don’t feel like baking, that is okay! We will be sharing vegan bakeries in the UK that offer scones! Scones are more challenging to come across, so if none of these places are available near you, try to search “vegan scones near me.”

If everything is still a bit too far, then enjoy the exciting adventure of making vegan scones with your friends and family!

Vegan Scone Ingredients

  • 350g self-raising flour
  • 95g vegan vegetable spread 
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 3 tbsp caster sugar 
  • 150ml soy milk
  • Jam of choice

Vegan Scone Recipe

  1. Add the flour, baking powder, salt, and sugar into a bowl and mix. Once mixed, add the vegetable spread and rub the mixture until you have fine breadcrumbs. You can also use a food processor to get the texture you want.
  2. Create a smooth dough by gradually stirring the milk in the flour mixture. 
  3. Dust the surface with flour and gently roll out the dough. You want to gently roll it out until it is 2cm thick. 
  4. Transfer the dough onto a baking tray lined with parchment. Place the tray in the fridge for 30 mins.
  5. After the 30 mins have past remove the dough and cut out the scones. Use a 7cm cutter to cut out the scones and place them top side down. Leave a 2cm gap between each one on a separate baking tray. Brush with milk but be sure it doesn’t drip on the sides. 
  6. Put the scones into the freezer for 15 minutes and heat the oven to 220C. 
  7. Remove from the freezer and bake for 15 – 20 minutes until golden brown. Serve with the jam and vegan cream of choice. 
  8. Enjoy the fruits of your labor from this vegan scone recipe.

Vegan Grocery Stores in the UK

If you are wondering where to buy scones, here are some popular vegan stores in the UK. You will find all the ingredients at the stores listed below or at any local vegan supermarket.

Easter Green

Easter Green

Easter Greens offers 100% plant-based groceries that can be shipped right to your door. They offer pantry items, household items, toiletries, and Scottish products. 

You can buy the groceries you need to make your scones or purchase their sweet fruit scones. 

Real Foods

Real Foods

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If you are looking for more grocery items, you can visit the Real Foods store! They offer drinks, household, baby items, and even beauty products. 

You can also buy the ingredients to make your scones or buy scones right from their website. Another exciting feature about this store is that you will see which items are labelled the following. 

  • Certified Gluten-Free
  • Dairy-Free
  • Organic 
  • Vegan 
  • Vegetarian
  • Platic free packing

You can feel safe and aware when you are purchasing your ingredients. 

The Grocery

The Grocery

As for our last stop, we have The Grocery. It is challenging to find scones, but you can still purchase ingredients for your recipes and spreads. 

They offer a vegan selection with multiple brands and items to choose from. 

Vegan Bakeries

Now we have found a few bakeries where you can get your vegan scones and many more items. There are so many bakeries in the UK that offer vegan goods, so feel free to find the closest one near you.

Tapa Coffee

Tapa Coffee

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Tapa Coffee, as you can tell, is a coffee and bakery shop. They offer scones, bread, pastries, and other goodies to go with your coffee. 

Tapa Coffee is a great place to dine in and decompress from a long day or even take to go so you can indulge in some scones. 

Holy Cow

Holy Cow

Source: Holy Cow

Making our way to a lunch restaurant, we have Holy Cow. There are vegan lunch and dessert items for a perfect date or evening with friends. Holy Cow also offers afternoon tea! 

Afternoon tea is trendy in the UK. It is a special time to enjoy tea with small lunch items. Many wedding parties will often enjoy some afternoon tea, and a familiar treat you will find are scones!

Holy Cow offers scones, sandwiches, and sponge cakes for their afternoon tea!


Hopefully are willing to do whatever it takes to get to your savoury scone, whether that is making it or enjoying it at afternoon tea or looking for supermarket vegan scones.

We hope you enjoy your yummy baked goods! The recipe we shared was for plain scones to add flavour with your jam of choice. There are other scones, such a fruit, where the steps will differ.


You can find vegan scones at local vegan bakeries or supermarkets that sell vegan baked goods. You can try Lele’s, Cafe Forty One, or Cutter & Squidge

Here are the ingredients in a vegan scone recipe.

  • All-purpose (white) flour
  • Cane sugar (see substitutions)
  • Baking powder
  • Sea salt
  • Vegan butter (see tips)
  • Non-dairy milk

About the Author

Celeste PS

My name is Celeste. I am a student at Austin College. I am currently pursuing a business degree and interested in entrepreneurship. Before my career, I hope to get the chance to travel internationally.